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Jan 16, 2014 4:00pm EST
, when this body was debating the law known as obamacare, reasonable minds, perhaps, could have differed as to whether that law might work. the essence of pragmatism is looking to the facts as they are today and responding. today, reasonable minds can no longer differ in terms of whether obamacare is working. today, it is abundantly clear that millions of americans are being harmed right now by this failed law. today, it is the essence of pragmatism to acknowledge the facts of the failure of obamacare and for congress to step up and act to stop the harms that have been caused by this body. irresponsibility, on the other hand, is seeing undeniable harms, undeniable facts and saying nonetheless we will do nothing. so, mr. president, what are the facts from the american people? the facts that we now know today is that already at least 4.7 million americans have received cancellation notices, have had their health care plans canceled because of obamacare. and, mr. president, this was, of course, after president obama repeatedly looked at the tv cameras to the american people and made the pro
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Jan 18, 2014 1:30pm PST
." a central selling point of obamacare is under scrutiny. one goal of the law is to provide insurance to those who don't have any at all. but a new survey finds that most people who signed up for obamacare already had insurance plans. the numbers are raising serious questions about whether the affordable care act was really needed. doug mckelway is live in dc. doug? >> that's right, greg. today's report in the "wall street journal" suggests the enrollment figures do not present an accurate picture. the report is based on surveys of over 4,000 americans. it found only 11% of consumers who purchased under obamacare were under insured. it was to provide insurance to those who didn't have it. now it appears those who the law was most intended to serve are not enrolling. the journal found of the 2.2 million people who sought to enroll in the exchange through december 28th, at least two-thirds were covered through private health insurance plans or employer plans. it is one of the republicans -- one of the reasons republicans are pushing the obamacare. >> the first act would make it so every single a
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Jan 17, 2014 1:00am PST
the obamacare trainwreck for just about everybody in america. now get red the toe watch funny man jimmy kimmel sum it up in 45 seconds. back in a moment. >>> all right. so we told you earlier this week about obamacare's youth problem. interest aren't a whole lot of people signing up for the president's plan, and the ones who are will face higher cost than they might have realized. late night host jimmy kimmel did a great job explaining that with a hilarious parody. watch this. >> they expect people to buy insurance the same time playstation 4 comes out. if you want young people to sign up, maybe you shouldn't make the laws so you can stay on your parent's plan until they are 26. what kid is going to say, no, thanks, mom and dad, i've got the premiums covered. just to make sure the young people do sign up the obama administration is rolling out a new ad campaign targeted at the young. >> hi. i'm howard and this is my wife martha. >> we're approaching the 6-0. you young people are paying for our drugs and our doctor. >> the affordable care act, maybe next time pick up a newspaper. >> a response
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Jan 16, 2014 2:00pm PST
, or is that exactly what this is? >> exactly what it is. passing obamacare through back room deals, changing the obamacare law arbitrarily after it became law. that isn't in the constitution either. recess appointments when congress isn't technically in recess. he did it -- he used an executive pen there. he sends drones to kill u.s. citizens which is highly questionable. these are all executive pen measures, so when people talk -- by the way, he's going to take -- take things like gay rights, the environment and other special interest groups down the road as well. he's promised us he's going to do that. when other presidents used the executive pen like should we lower the flag at half when somebody dies. when president obama uses it he changes the way america does business. that pen in his hands is far more dangerous than any other president, at least in modern history, if not ever. >> three more years to use it. let's hope it runs out of ink. dana, your reaction, and welcome back. >> thank you. >> someone who does respect the law and did her civic duty on -- >> i had jury duty and no one p
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Jan 22, 2014 7:00pm EST
. >> the spotlight is once again on mega retailer target, but this time it's because of obamacare. we'll explain and hear from the ceo. >>> and we'll talk to the mayor of hoosier state where the economy is surging. and the landing club has done it again. we'll share their secret. ali velshi is reporting from davos, i'm david shuster, and this is "real money." >> this is "real money," and you are the most important part of the show. join our lives conversation on twitter and facebook. there is intriguing news today with the mega retailer target. it did not involve that breach of credit cards, but it is another public relations headache. the company announced it is going to end health comfortable for all it's part time workers more than 36,000 people. they say its good news for those workers because by targets own admission there are better coverage options better on state and federal insurance exchanges now that obamacare is up and running. the new healthcare exchanges are gaining in popularity. as of three weeks ago, 2.2 million people had signed up since enrollment started in october. the depar
FOX Business
Jan 19, 2014 2:00am EST
continues on fox. >>> well, hold on, folks. if you thought the first wave of obamacare insurance cancellations was awful, you ain't seen nothing yet. the next wave expected to hit small business workers. 40 million work for companies with small group insurance plans that may b affected by obamacare, the same way the individual policies were. one blue cross, blue shield company warning that 99.5% of their small group plans will be affected. so should you be worried? hi, everybody. i'm david asman. welcome to "forbes on fox." go in focus with mr. steve forbes, rich karlgaard, elizabeth macdonald, john tamby, rich. here we go but in spade >> 2014 will be a train wreck. you have a 40 million americans who work for companies with 100 employees or fewer. aetna ceo says the premium for the workers will go up 20 to 50% in the course of 2014. even the government's own health and human resources says that up to 80% of those workers could lose their coverage. >> yeah, that was actually based on an i.r.s. report. they were using information from h.h.s. rick, onically, a lot of the letters th
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Jan 19, 2014 8:00am EST
on silly things that don't work like the obamacare website, for crying out loud. everyone is willing to say, well, that's just how things are done. that really is pa thet ec. >> that's kind of what you are saying. we are kind of congratulateing ours that we actually get a spending bill through. >> you know, that is pretty unfortunate but that is the state that we have gotten to. absolutely, the problem is, people can say as much as they want. but they want compromise, which is what the took. but at the end of the day, people who vote in primaries don't want compromise, they want the absolute opposite. so you can't throw all the bones out unless you have people voting. >> tracy, is all this spending, though, holding back economy? >> oh god, for one, it's not being used on anything important. i love salmon as much as the next guy. do we need to keep studying like this? you keep talking about borrowing from peter to pay ball. they have for the money left. it make foss sense. i use the word assenine, yes. that's what this is. you can rick monetary. >> gary, b., you can respond. >> oh, i don't
FOX News
Jan 20, 2014 11:00pm PST
zone. the latest coming up. first, the obama administration using mlk day to sell obamacare. is that right? our >>> listen to this. one of the ways obama administration is marking martin luther king hole day is a promotional push for obamacare. kathleen sebelius releasing a statement urging people to sign up as we celebrate the inspirational life of martin luther king. one pastor calling that insulting his memory. michael faulkner joins us. good evening, sir. >> good evening, greta. always a pleasure to be with you. >> always a pleasure to have you. >> why do you find that insulting that they use martin luther king to push out obamacare? >> i find it insulting because they take bad legislation good mosmry and wonderful legacy of martin luther king how he achieved what he was able to achieve through the civil rights movement. through his life and legacy and writings and all that he stood for to cover up the horrible fiasco as the affordable care act. it is not affordable and doesn't promote health. >> i know you work in harlem, has how obamacare impacted your community member
Jan 15, 2014 2:00pm EST
to -- [inaudible] -- address the problems of the affordable care act, what is called obamacare, is having on kansans and for that matter patients and people all over the country. i think it bears repeating -- i know some of this has been repeated over and over again. but the problem is, the administration continues, it seems to me, to turn a blind eye, unfortunately, to some very egregious problems that plague the president's legacy program. perhaps the title of my remarks should be "programs mad "promisd promises not kept." i have seen when i travel home to kansas and talk to people involved in the rural health care delivery system -- not only rural but in urban areas as well -- and now just folks that come to the town hall meetings. they were worried about obamacare to begin with. they were concerned. that concern turned to frustration. and then it turned basically to fear. and now it's switched back into anger. and it's , what on earth can we do to address some of these problems that are directly affecting people in such an egregious way? i think everybody understands now that the roll
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Jan 15, 2014 8:00am PST
, another delay for obamacare. who is the getting the extension and why. >>> new reaction to the report that the nsa uses secret technology to spy on computers around the world, even those not connected to the internet. >>> plus a drug put at justin bieber's home? what police turned up and the legal trouble the beebs could be facing. it is all "happening now." jon: and we begin on this wednesday with a new detail for obamacare. hello, i'm jon scott. jenna: hope you're off to a great day, everybody, i'm jenna lee. the white house extended another obama care deadline. this one concerns folks with preexisting conditions. wendell goler live at the white house with who are on this. wendell, can you explain more about this latest accommodation? >> reporter: the preexisting condition insurance plan was supposed to be a bridge for people's medical conditions that kept them from getting insurance or getting it affordably before the insurance companies had to cover everybody starting a couple weeks ago. there are still less than 30,000 people on the plan. at one point it was 135,000 people. a spo
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Jan 19, 2014 12:00pm PST
enrollment numbers may spell trouble for obamacare, but could they mean a taxpayer bailout for insurance companies? >>> newly released obamacare numbers show 2.2 million people picked a plan by the end of december. a quarter are between the ages of 18 and 34, a group crucial to the success. the white house is calling in the star power in the hopes of driving young people to enroll before the march 31 deadline. basketball legends magic jock son and alonzo mourning will be in ads appearing before the nba games. >> you never know when you will need it. young people think they are superman like nothing is ever gonna happen to them. but trust me. one day something is gonna happen and you are gonna need a quality health plan. make sure you get obamacare. >> we're back with dan henninger and joe raigo and brett stevens joins the panel. joe, how much are the enrollment figures below the target that the administration had? >> what they are shooting for is about seven million by the end of march. ultimately we need about 20 million people to sign up. this is really well below target. >> they have
FOX Business
Jan 21, 2014 10:00pm EST
financial report 3 times a day on the sal salem rao network coast-to-coast. >> obamacare web site, is a disaster beyond doubt, but oregon's web site, oregon onceouted as a model of progressive health care reform is a story on to itself, john fund with the sorry tale next. [ male announcer ] e new new york is open. open to innovation. open to ambition. open to boldids. that's why n york has a new plan -- dozens of tax free zones all across the state. move here, expand here, or start a new business here and pay no taxes for ten years... we're new york. if there's something that creates more jobs, and ows more businesses... we're open to it. start a tax-free business at lou: new report that obamacare web site is so messed up it could bankrupt insurance companies and cripple the health care law itself, documents released to justify a new bid contract with the firm to cgi, which was fired as late contractor the web site they messed up dodg administration officials say problems with the web site put the entire health industry at risk. wow that sounds like
Jan 17, 2014 7:00pm EST
. >>> and the obamacare care story changes to the explosion of medicaid, the quality of doctors for that program, and the deterioration of emergency room services. >>> then, a new study ranks all 50 states based on their fiscal health. their results are a stark divide between red and blue. and wait until you hear which state came in dead last. oh, my gosh. all of those stories and more coming up on "the kudlow report" beginning right now. good evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report." we are live here at 7:00 p.m. eastern, 4:00 p.m. pacific. our top story tonight, president obama ordering changes to how the national security agency moves forward with its one secret phone monitoring program. cnbc's own eamon javers is joining us from washington. good evening, eamon. >> reporter: the u.s. government will no longer be able to query the database of telefony metadata. they are not going to be able to look finto that database anymor without a court order. the president also said that he thinks the united states government shouldn't be in the business of holding on to that data
FOX Business
Jan 16, 2014 6:00pm EST
criminals on the obamacare website? the ants depends on you talk to. >> the protections that we have in place have successfully prevented attacks. >> health is not secure today. and nothing is really changed since the november 19th testimony. in fact, from our november 19th testimony, it it's even worse. >> gerri: that was the varying opinions of one government official and one hacker at hearings today on the hill. saying, totally different things. so who is right? we brought in our own experts tonight. with more on this is mark, the chief technology office and kevin johnson ceo of secure ideas. kevin, you were involved with analyzing the obamacare website and the report that came out today. who is right on this score? safe or not safe? >> well, first, let me say thank you for having me on. it's a very simple answer. we're not safe. the site has significant flaws in security that will allow you to steal data and take the users of it. >> gerri: all right. mark, you are one of the white hat hackers. you try break things to see if you can. so the real -- the people putting out
FOX News
Jan 19, 2014 10:00am PST
. >>> well, democrats vow to embrace the health care law and run on the successes of obamacare in the 2014 midterm elections, but has there been a shift? strategy in one congresswoman is calling herself an obama whistleblower. introduced by nancy pelosi's super pac whose goal it is to get more democrats elected to the house. the editor of host of powerplay live is chris, good to see you, chris. we are running on the successes of it but also whistleblowers about the bad part. >> you cannot not have an election this year, so they are looking for a way to run. nancy pelosi and her team, it's a dangerous course, i think, they are charting. if you invite people to think about how bad obamacare's rollout has been, how unpopular the law has been, it is a pretty stunning assertion to believe that you can say, we are the party of obamacare o. b. obamacare is the most important thing the democratic party has done in three generations, and then to somehow think you can trick voters to thinking obamacare is bad. we are fixing it. no one is going to think the republicans pass odd obamacare, so this is
Jan 20, 2014 11:45pm EST
on the obamacare debate both in public in the courts which is about an hour and 15 minutes. >> we are here today to talk about a fascinating book about a fascinating case, the national federation of independent businesses braces subereous better known as the obamacare case. as i read this book i thought that i was really watching some very, very smart people who obviously respect each other but who are in no way, shape, or form shy about challenging each other and they would advance and refine their arguments as the but progressed covering many facets of the obamacare case, some of which they will discuss today. i will introduce all of the speakers in the order in which they will speak and we will start off with trevor burris, the editor of the conspiracy against obamacare, a research fellow at the cato institute center for constitutional studies civil and criminal law, legal and criminal philosophy in legal history. undergraduate degree at the university of colorado at boulder and law degree at the university of denver. in addition to providing a brief overview of the book trevor will talk a li
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Jan 16, 2014 4:00pm PST
. greta goes "on the record" right now. >>> this is a fox news alert. the obamacare web site is 100% not secure. your personal information can get hacked, healthcare dotted gov has gotten worse. nothing has changed since the november 19th testimony. in fact since the november 19th testimony it's even worse. >> remember this from last november? well, cyber security experts warning congress the obamacare web site poses a great security risk. >> do any of you today think today that the site is secure. >> no. no. >> no. no. >> today back in front of the same house committee. so what do they have to say about now? any improvement? >> is not secure today and nothing has really changed since the november 19th testimony. in fact, from our november 19th testimony it's even worse. i don't understand how we are still discussing whether or not the web site is insecure or not. it is. there is no question about that. >> it is insecure it? >> is insecure absolutely 100%. >> security expert david kennedy joins us. job whether to ask you 100% insecure or that it has eve
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Jan 18, 2014 11:00am PST
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Jan 18, 2014 3:00pm PST
in the heat of it. >>> first a stunning new report finding obamacare isn't doing what it was meant for. the affordable care act was meant to expand health insurance to uninsured americans, but according to the "wall street journal," a majority of the more than 2 million americans who signed up for oakey's pet funeral home & crematory were already covered -- obamacare were covered by work plans, raising new questions about the effectiveness of the law. going to doug mckelway live in washington with the latest. >> reporter: hi. these numbers are based on a combination of surveys from insurers, consultants and brokers and they find that of the 2.2 million people who sought to enroll in the exchanges through december 28, at least two-thirds were already covered through private health insurance plans or employer plans. and only 11% of consumers who have purchased new coverage under obamacare had been uninsured previously. john goodman of the national center for policy analyst says this should not come as any surprise. >> under obamacare, even if they do everything they hope they will do, th
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Jan 21, 2014 1:00am PST
basketball. not relating to to obamacare, the irs, the scandals. kind of eludes to it, then gets into the bombshells, the pot discussion, the reason why his approval rating is he may or may not be black and people may or may not be concerned with that. for me, towards the end, he did something that was really, really kind of weird. he outlines how president obama spent a lot of time in fund-raisers on the west coast, the celebrity fund-raisers, magic johnson, all the people from dreamworks, and then goes into this president obama and income inequality. remnick, if he had any guts as a journalist said why would you talk about income inequality on the heels of the celebrity fund-raisers. he never equates the two and ends with this big, washy wet kiss. >> the legacy. >> and bear hugs him. i wasted an hour and a half. >> one thing that wasn't even asked in the piece or maybe it was asked and not included was anything about the long-term unemployed and the job situation in america and wouldn't that have more to do with the president's approval numbers than racism? >> yeah, but a coupl
FOX News
Jan 16, 2014 3:00pm PST
, an independent cyber security expert says the obamacare website is actually less secure now than it was in october. this is "special report." good evening the i'm bret baier. one of the major criticisms. emballotled obamacare rollout has been the vulnerability to hackers, meaning your private information potentially in the hands of criminals. according to several experts, one in particular today, the situation is not getting any better. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel on a matter of national insecurity. >> is not secure today and nothing has really changed since the november 19 testimony. from our november 19 testimony it's even worse. >> an alarming warning from a computer security expert who says the obamacare website is a breach waiting to happen which would have catastrophic consequences. >> as an attacker if i had access to the infrastructure it has direct integration to the irs, dhs as well as third-party providers as well for credit checks. >> committee chairman lamar smith criticized the administration's sales pitch. >> when th
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Jan 19, 2014 4:00pm PST
on yet another key obamacare provision. and it has to do with people who get their health insurance at work. tonight, see who stepped up to delay the affordable care act again. >>> also, the fbi joining the search for a missing wall street journal reporter. they're looking at activity he had on his computer, on his phone, and at work. his family holding out hope. days ago, he went for a walk near his new jersey home. fox reports on the latest on the efforts to find the journalist who has not been seen since. >>> and a very crowded church. as clergy deal with long lines of parents and their newborns for a mass blessing. >>> so we begin with a new good lay in the rollout of the affordable care act/obamacare. the president's signature law. this time, the snafu deals with a mandate which requires companies treat all employees equally. no special packages offered for different levels within a company. this is just the latest in what has been a series of temporary suspensions coming from the obama administration when it comes to the law's implementation. as you probably already know, the
FOX Business
Jan 15, 2014 6:00pm EST
evidence obamacare is not affordable. many hit with huge deductibles and out-of-pocket costs. the rest of us are paying for it. also a new warning of the most popular medicines in america. big change, and for painkillers. and it is your users guide the end switching careers. megan kelly is with us. we're watching out for you tonight on "the willis report." ♪ gerri: welcome to "the willis report." your show, your money, your voice. tonight your users guide. whether you're looking to move up in a rinse of your current company or change course altogether, we've got need to know advice for the new year. joining us, and organizational psychologist and author of the book "the you plan." welcome to the show, good to have you. i want to start with this idea of the new economy. i know a lot of people haven't been too excited if what is going on in the economy particularly in the jobs market. they are nervous, they are worried and really dissatisfied. dissatisfaction in jobs up year-over-year, people want to get away, is now the time? >speak other never really is a good time. thai can be an av
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Jan 16, 2014 11:00pm PST
to them. >> that is possible. >> turns out dozens of obamacare navigators in the state of new mexico turned up in a federal crime database. how do you like that? and how did that happen? and is that going on maybe in your state with your exchange? national review's jillian k. melcher joins us. nice to see you, jillian. >> thanks for having me. >> what's the story in swhand? >> all right. so in new mexico, about one in seven of the navigators actually popped up in the fbi's criminal database. now, that doesn't necessarily mean that they have a equal conviction. it can include things like arrest records, other stuff like that. but it does raise some serious questions about who is handling your really personal confidential data. and i think there is a lot more questions to be had state by state. >> all right. in terms of the ones in new mexico did you identify out of curiosity what types of crimes those are whether they were arrested, found guilty, or even arrested and found not guilty? >> you know, i couldn't find out the conviction data. but i think the charges speak for themselves.
FOX Business
Jan 20, 2014 6:00pm EST
obamacare. the majority of new obamacare enrollees already had coverage. >>> also, it was blamed for much of the housing bust. now interest-only loans are making a comeback. >>> and got a great new idea? well, get moving. actress jessica alba is here to talk about her new business and how you can do it too. we are watching out for you tonight on "the willis report." ♪ ♪ >>> welcome to the willis report. the broken promises of obamacare, well, they keep on piling up. the "the wall street journal" reporting two-thirds of obamacare enrollees already had health care coverage. already had insurance coverage. of course, that leaves doubts that president obama's promise of helping the uninsured will actually happen. with more on this dr. kevin campbell, a cardiologist, and a health policy scholar at american enterprise scholar. i thought the point of obamacare we were going insure the 48 million americans that don't have insurance or at least 25 million of these. what do you make of this? >> well,, you know, it's the -- it was the ultimate goal, but, you know, between the poor performance of
FOX Business
Jan 21, 2014 7:00pm EST
to my financial report 3 times a day on the sal salem rao network coast-to-coast. >> obamacare web site, is a disaster beyond doubt, but oregon's web site, oregon once touted as a model of progressive health care reform is a story on to itself, john fund with the sorry tale next. [ male announcer ] re's a question for you: is your tv powered by coal? natural gas? nuclear? or renewables like solar... and wind? let's find out. this is where america electricity comes from. a diversity of energy sources helps ensure t electricity we need is reliable. take the energy quiz. energy lives here. [ chicken caws ] [ male announcer ] when your favorite food starts a fight, fight back fast with tums. eartburn relief at neutralizes acid on contact and goes to work in seconds. ♪ tum, tum tum tum tums! lou: new report that obamacare web site is so messed up it could bankrupt insurance companies and cripple the health care law itself, documents released to justify a new bid contract with the firm to cgi, which was fired as late contractor the web site they messed up dodg administration
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Jan 22, 2014 5:00pm EST
health plan somewhere else. it took her six weeks and 100 miles to escape obamacare. you won't believe her story. >>> it is a $5 billion app that is crushing the competition. the world famous candy crush game. it looks sweet but wait until you hear the bitter tactics it is using on fellow candy competition. more "money" coming up. and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts, and stole her hard-ened money. unfortunately, milons of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft. and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most comprehensive identity theft protection available. if mary had felock's bank account alerts, she may have been notified before it was too late. lifelock's credit notification service is on the job 24/7. as soon as they detect a threat to your ideity within their network, they will alert you, protecting you before the damage is done. lifelock has the most comprehensive identity theft protection available, guarding
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Jan 15, 2014 11:00pm PST
or is this a as i remember power grab? >> i think it's gotten him in a lot of trouble. if you look at obamacare it was a party line vote and trying to do his way alone and with no bipartisan support. it's pretty dangerous in this town. but i think he is basically burned a lot of bridges with congress and so i think he doesn't have a lot of options there. although there remains bipartisan solutions to a lot of problems. the house has passed a lot of bills in the jobs area that would help grow the economy. harry reid hasn't taken a single one of them up. so, it's kind of a -- we're kind of in an ugly place right now. >> a lot -- some people and you heard the karl rove sound bite say that he has exceeded his constitutional authority. he did say today that where i can act on my own which i took to mean where is he in the authority of the executive branch. but there has been a lot of criticism of him that he has so changed, for instance, the healthcare bill by exemptions and waivers that it is no longer what congress passed in the beginning. >> right. >> so the question is has he overstepped his, yo
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Jan 17, 2014 4:00pm PST
for obamacare but the marathon quickly turned into, well, there are no words. you're just going to have to see it for yourself. >> ahhh! i was thinking i could never live without richard by my side. ♪ ♪ get covered c.o.v.e.r.e.d. ♪ get covered for you ♪ it's essential i feel inspired to tell my friends to sign up online. >> tea party member gina louden joins us. that is supposed to get young people to sign up for health care in california. what do you think? >> if that's the case, greta, that generation gap is even worse than i thought. i can't imagine who would be attracted to a six-hour long infomercial. aren't we talking here about the instant gratification generation, the generation of sound bites who wants everything fast and they decide to put on a six-hour long infomercial with an old guy in red tights twerking to "i will survive." i don't see where they were going. >> even before we get to the point of the cost which is an issue, i read that noel rothman who writes for a website said millennials according to the state of california must suppose that they are total idiots if the
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Jan 17, 2014 11:00pm PST
-hour live web event trying to get young people to sign up for obamacare, the marathon quickly turned into well there are no word. you will have to see it for yourself. ♪ without you by my side ♪ ♪ ♪ get covered #covered ♪ ♪ uh-huh >> i feel inspired to tell my friend to sign up on? line. >> uncovered. >> gina loudon joins us. that its supposed to get young people to seen up for health care in california, what do you think? >> if that its the case, greta, the generation gap is worse nan i thought. i can't imagine who would be attracted to a six-hour long infomercial. aren't we talking about instant gratification generation? generation of sound bites who want everything fast. they decide to put on a six-hour long infomercial with an old guy in red tights twerking to "i will survive." i don't see where they were going with this? >> before we get to the point of a cost, an issue. i read nora rockman who writes for mediaite. millenials must suppose they're idiots if they think this is an effective we to get them to buy health care. >> would you not be insulted itif there was a
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Jan 20, 2014 9:20am EST
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Jan 20, 2014 2:00am EST
of labor and health and human services which administers obamacare and the department of education. that sees a decrease but that is a sizable oil compared to some of the smaller ones like the agriculture bill. this past quickly in the house and in the senate. when speaker john boehner took over, he promised that lawmakers would be able to review the bill and then sign off on it. said weman jim mcgovern will continue to see surprises in the days ahead because it is such a massive bill. guest: that's right. it was released monday night and the houseboat was on wednesday. that was a quick turnaround. -- the house boat was on wednesday. --vote was on wednesday. all 12 of the individual bills were done on time and that has not been done since 1994. they are telling their members who were miffed about this that they would have more time to scrutinize and offer amendments. those not on the appropriations committee did not have a lot of input into this bill because there was no time. it came under a close rule in the house and no amendments in the senate. many americans are interested in
FOX News
Jan 15, 2014 6:00pm PST
? >>> tell congressman barber. >> tell congressman, obamacare is hurting. >> some democrats are facing ad assaults so fierce that "the new york times" warns it could tip the ship. and breaking tonight, the senate intelligence committee today releasing a scathing report on the terror attack in benghazi. and the bipartisan report points the finger of blame directly at hillary clinton's state department for the failures leading up to the death of four americans. welcome to "the kelly file" everyone, a busy night tonight. the report is out and the findings are clear. a 15-month report determines not only was al-qaeda behind the attacks contrary to what the white house and "the new york times" told the world but that it could and should have been prevented. the report concludes as follows, this is a quote. the failures of benghazi can be summed up this way, the americans serving in libya were vulnerable, the state department knew they were vulnerable and no one in the state department did anything about it. the intelligence committee does not collect threats in dangerous places so it can be ig
FOX News
Jan 17, 2014 3:00pm PST
with an alternative or replacement for obamacare. >> first, the media spotlight on michelle obama's 50th birthday. you stand behind what you say. around here you don't make excuses. you make commitments. and when you can't live up to them, you own up, and make it right. so people think the kind of accountability has gone missing in e placesets where it's needemost. but i know you'll still find it when you know where to look. about the most track-tested is ever... but the truth is... we don't have to. the experts have spoken. now it's your move. ♪ >>> today, first lady michelle obama's 50th birthday. we wish her a happy birthday. while that is a milestone for anyone, fox news media analyst and host of media buzz howard curts said we may be getting a dose of media overkill with the first lady. >> good evening. there's a glowing tribute on nis morning's front page of the "new york times," saying she has perfected a mean forehand, is working on yoga poses, dishing with girlfriends over brussel sprouts and dirty martinis. quoting valerie jarrett, at the top of her game. fabulous at 50. people magazine ha
FOX News
Jan 19, 2014 9:00am PST
's a new delay and a new day and delay for obamacare. the administration reportedly putting on hold yet another key provision of the law. that is until the irs can sort it all out. we'll have a live report on the latest and a u.s. senator will be here to react. >>> plus, a reporter from the "wall street journal" goes for a walk in the woods, but never returns. the fbi is on the case and we'll give you the latest in the search. >>> and it may not have seemed like it, but there was plenty of room to roam the mall this past holiday season. many shoppers, they said, staying away from the stores. we will explain what is behind this new trend. >>> and that trend could affect you. more on that later with brenda butner. but first, another obamacare delay this day. this one putting the brakes on a key provision of the law that was support discriminators from discriminating against lesser making employees. peter ducey, making his way up to that top executive branch is live in washington with more. hi, peter. >> hi, jamie. this is the latest delay to a regulation that was written into the affordab
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Jan 18, 2014 11:30am PST
straight to obamacare, which ford just did. this president has been working to invest in this economy five years. it's working. when he became the president we were losing 800 thousand jobs a month. the people savings were being destroyed in the stock market. the auto industry was collapsing and the housing market was collapsing. every one of those metrics has been turned around. are you better off than you were four years ago? yes. now washington needs to invest -- >> americans think the stimulus the president championed was an absolute abysmal failure. >> really? he was re-elected by 5 million votes in 2012. >> that had little to do with the stimulus. you know this. the polling data tells us most americans think he is a big loser. >> he is running for re-election. he won in that referendum. >> speaking of referendum, how do you think it's going to be this come november? >> it's going to be -- i was asked a question, ford. it's a competitive election. 2014, the dynamics in the senate favor the republicans. 2008 was an historic year. >> you are predicting losing senate seats? >> senate sea
FOX News
Jan 15, 2014 6:00am PST
another obamacare deadline today. this time it gives people with preexisting conditions who are difficult to insure a two-month extension to sign up. this comes on the heels of the news that obamacare isn't getting enough of younger enrollees it needs to keep the costs low. that is a major balance and economy factor making this whole thing work. stuart varney, host of "varney & company" on the fox business network joins me now. i think we're up to 15, close to 20 different delays and changes in the law so far, stuart. what is this one about? >> this is the second delay for this particular group of people. you had to enroll by late december. then it was january the 31st. now it is march 15th for those people with a preexisting condition. tough ask, martha, why on earth is this happening? well the answer is because less than 30,000 people, according to "the hill," newspaper, according to "the hill," less than 30,000 people with preexisting conditions have signed up for on these exchanges for obamacare. maybe they're worried about the state of the exchanges, the website. maybe they're worrie
Comedy Central
Jan 16, 2014 11:00pm PST
that in any real steps? there's some provisions in obamacare that take a step toward doing a little bit but basically no. what i've been doing this sense is preparing for a book about the whole roll out of obamacare and what i means. i started a series of columns for time about it. what i'm finding is kind of obvious which is what obamacare did was it created a way for lots more people to get insurance protection, which is a very good thing. >> jon: right. >> but it didn't change the pricing structure so the first patient that i wrote about who i went back to who now has obamacare protection, this was the man who had to pay up front in cash $13,700 for a transfusion of a cancer drug. he didn't have any chance. >> jon: $13,000 up front -- >> $13,700 but who is counting. >> jon: up front to get a cancer drug. >> part of an $83,000 up front bill for his initial treatment. that drug cost the drug company $300. the ceo of the drug company makes over $11 million. none after this has changed. the difference is that he now has insurance coverage. there's a premium support system. he's not very
Jan 18, 2014 2:00pm EST
. talk about the impact of the arguments on the obamacare debate both in public and in the courts. this is about an hour-15. >> thank you very much for being here, and i applaud your souls to brave the cold weather today in order to be here. we are here today with several distinguished panelists to talk about a fascinating book about assassinating case, national federation and better known as the obamacare case, and as i read this book, i thought that i was really watching some very, very smart people, who, of course, respect each other, but who are in no way, shape, or form shy of challenging each other, and they advanced and refined their arguments as the book progressed, covering many facets of the obamacare, in which they will discuss today. >> legal and civil philosophy, got a degree at the university of colorado at boulder, and his law degree at the university of denver, stern college of law. in addition to providing a brief overview of the book, trevor will also talk a little bit how current problems we read about with respect to the affordable care act relate to the case.
Jan 19, 2014 4:00pm EST
senators. you have senators voting for obamacare in states where the governor and attorney general fault obamacare in court. it is very bazaar. the senate today really is an odd construct. the purpose was to empower people not to have another ability to vote. >> for this month's booktv book club join readers to discuss the "liberty amendments" >> former director of the faith-based and neighborhood partnerships is up next. dot ... [applause] we have been married for precisely 82 days now. if you see this go on my face, that's why. thank you for being here. you know, one eye first-ever working for barack obama, had no idea i would be sitting in a devotional every morning and become a spiritual adviser. was a young preachers kid from nashville, tennessee working and a campaign check. i've worked in his senate office but did not know him all that well and was doing and reach around the country, like so many others including many in this room which is privately and alone i would say for that young senator that he would wake up every day and have a purpose and joy and spirit and be prote
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